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by the time you finish counting up to that number your not even half way there XDDD
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by the time you finish counting up to that number your not even half way there XDDD

Your number is quite a bit off. The real number is somewhere in the vicinity of 10^22 and 10^24. The number you used was about 10^205 - 1. We expect to get better refinements over time, however such large changes would show either a systematic misunderstanding of what stars are, or showing that the techniques we use to estimate them (Measuring mass of galaxies, mass of average stars, counting galaxies etc) are simply insufficient. None of which has yet been done.
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by the time you finish counting up to that number your not even half way there XDDD


No one can possibly count how many stars there are in the Universe.
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count untill you get to the end of all numbers >8D
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count untill you get to the end of all numbers >8D
which is really u losing your ability to use numbers, which means count til u r insane.
ughhh 2 many
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1. . . . . . 2. . . . . . . 3. . . . . . .4. . . . .
7. There are 7 stars in the universe.

There are, however, a trillion mirrors, which explains why we see more than 7 lights in the sky.
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No one can possibly count how many stars there are in the Universe.

Why on earth not?
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does that include the number of stars beyond the the edge of the observable universe? :
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if there is another universe than yes
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does that include the number of stars beyond the the edge of the observable universe? :
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if there is another universe than yes
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does that include the number of stars beyond the the edge of the observable universe? :


i think that "if" other universa exists, they would also exist outside "time" and "space" as we know it, which wouldn't make it possible to include their amount of stars ^^
Actually, since the speed of light exists, the stars you are watching up the sky are possibly stars that have existed millions of years ago, by the time the light from that star traveled to earth, the star may have blown up

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